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Old 05-03-2011, 04:56 PM   #1
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Default Keezer Help, Internal Hinges

Hey everyone, I'm looking for any advice or ideas on how to convert this freezer into a keezer.
I acquired a Kenmore 15.1 Cu. ft. freezer from sister and brother-in-law to convert, but the hinges on the lid are internal. Any ideas on how to attach this type of hinge to a collar?

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Old 05-04-2011, 01:13 AM   #2
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might have to take the lid apart?? why collar? a 15 cu ft should lend to several kegs - minus the hump - you could use the hump to put your Co2 tank on or other items like yeast or bottles.


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Thanks Kegtoe, you're right, and i'm just going to go without the collar. My reasoning behind trying to go the collar route was because i already have 2 faucets and wanted use them rather than buy towers. No big deal, i'll just get some towers. I appreciate the feedback.
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Depending on your willingness, and DIY skills.... [No offense intended]

You can adapt your faucets and shanks to fit.... Via Coffin box, most likely solution, or you can make a U shaped draft tower out of some 3" pipe of some kind... [Copper/Painted PVC seem popular]
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coffins are awesome - and can be relatively cheap compared to some of the multipe faucette tower and they go well if you trim your keezer with wood. Here's mine

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Thanks guys, I'm going to look around these forums for ideas. I think a coffin would be great, and that's the way I think i'm going to go.
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show us your kegerator - tons of ideas


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